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smithd7

'67 part # info.

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Can anyone tell me just what this part # is ? 7582812

also maybe a photo of that part. I tried searching on line

but came up with nothing.

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Unfortunately, my search ended in nothing other than, ironically, a Ford part. Some of the other guys may have an idea

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is there any other details with it?

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Why do you have a random part #???    Is it GM or aftermarket?

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2 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Why do you have a random part #???    Is it GM or aftermarket?

This is a G.M. part number Pontiac '66-'70    I am looking for a part in the reclining seat and can't find the part # was given a part # and trying to find out if this

is what I've been looking for. I'm not having much luck at doing that.

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https://www.opgi.com/gto/1966/interior-accessories/seat-accessories/

Hope what your lookin for is in here.  Add the info for your Cat N surf OPG's seat acc too.

Edited by JUSTA6

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Thanks  JUSTA6  for your post.  I've tried all aftermarket companies and none of them have what I'm looking for. I think that none were ever reproduced.

thanks again

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Whatcha lookin for?   Show/swap meet season is starting soon.  Will keep an eye out for ya.

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The part itself is called a bucket seat positioning unit. Good thought on the swap meets thanks.

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